Pictured: Sunglasses: Chanel / Lipstick: c/o Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Rosa / Earrings: Kendra Scott / Tee: H & M / Choker: Ettika / Necklace: Kendra Scott / Handbag: Chloe / Ring: Kendra Scott / Nail Polish: Chanel Emeraude / Skirt: H & M / Shoes: Saint Laurent (also love this basic pair under $100)
There is something about a prairie skirt for summer which not only fits into fashion’s current 1970s influence, it is ubiquitous with warm weather. Perhaps it is the prairie skirt’s overall style; the casual tiers, the flowing silhouette, which embody the comfortable, casual vibe of summer clothing. I love it!
Every summer I seem to reach for one prairie skirt which blends well with my seasonal mood. This season, I have been in a neutral color palette mood; and this prairie skirts fits right in by being a classic shade of navy. OK, navy isn’t exactly a true neutral, but it works like a neutral, so I give it a pass 😉
I love the maxi length of this prairie skirt. It has a bohemian vibe which also fits my current fashion mood. It can easily be dressed up with wedges, as I have done, or worn casually with flat espadrilles, sandals, or flip flops. I love how this skirt can be ultra casual, or dressy casual. That’s very me!
As we move into fall, the 1970s influence from the runways will remain strong throughout the season. While certain influences from the 1990s will creep into fashion, such as choker necklaces, lug soles, and loafer pumps, the overall vintage vibe will remain 1970s. Since these are styles I love, I am already trying to integrate some fall trends into my current summer wardrobe. If you are curious about what the fall trends from the runways are, you can read more about it here.
Which trends are influencing your personal style this season?
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